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Hello.

I brought my car to get hail damage worked on. When I received my car back the battery was completely dead and there was no sound coming from any of the speakers. I replaced the battery, tried reseting the radio, tried unplugging the negative cable for 15 min, etc. I brought i back into the shop and they said none of the fuses were blown and that the cords were fine. They believe I needed to replace my amp. I bought an amp but now I can't find the location of the amp. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where this would be?

Thanks!

Rylie
 

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My bad, I should have included the image below, yesterday. :) Yes, the seat needs to come out. Maybe not absolutely necessary but it certainly makes for easier removal / installation of the amp. Let us know if the replacement you bought fixes the problem!

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If the yahoos were dumb enough to not disconnect the battery when having your car (for how long) why would you believe them telling you to replace the amp?
 

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My amp was draining the battery too on my '14. Bought one and replaced it myself, no seat removal necessary; just ran the seat all the way forward to reach the back screws, then all the way back to get the front ones.
 

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You might need to just hit the reset button on the front of the radio. From time to time I need to reset it because I lose all sound.
 
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